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Power and wealth and breathtaking scenery are concentrated on this very small island. Immerse yourself for a few days or a lifetime.
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One of the most recognizable areas in the world also has enough tourist attractions to fill several visits.
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This fashionable neighborhood is great for shopping, eating and drinking.
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Once the center of New York’s bohemian art scene, this area remains one of the city’s best hangouts and a great spot to sip an espresso or catch an independent film.
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Lower East Side is highly notable for its fantastic nightlife, and you might want to visit top sights like Lower East Side Tenement Museum and Bowery Ballroom. See more of New York by jumping on the metro at Essex St. Station or Delancey St. Station.
Travelers to Lower Manhattan give high marks for the Chinatown, renowned art, and important monuments. Vibrant and scenic, this city will delight tourists with its entertainment choices, museums, and theaters. Top sights in the city include Washington Square Park, One World Trade Center, and National September 11 Memorial.
Known for its art, museums, and theaters, the city's cultural venues include Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, and The Public Theater. Its Chinatown and monuments are notable and landmarks include One World Trade Center, National September 11 Memorial, and Trinity Church. The city's natural beauty is on display at Washington Square Park, Battery Park, and New York Harbor.
In Lower Manhattan, you'll be able to select from 548 hotels and other lodging options so you'll have a variety of choices for your holiday getaway. Here you'll find top ranked ones based on our user reviews:
Other favorite sights in Lower Manhattan include Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York Stock Exchange, and 5th Avenue. In the surrounding area, popular places to visit include Brooklyn Bridge, located 1 mi (1.6 km) from the city center, and Chelsea Market, which is 1.5 mi/2.4 km away.
With so many choices for transportation, exploring Lower Manhattan is easy. You can access metro transit at Canal St. Station (Lafayette St.), Spring St. Station, and Canal St. Station (Broadway). If you want to see more of the area, ride aboard a train from New York World Trade Center Station, New York 9th St. Station, or New York Christopher St. Station.